Middlebury

RELI 0230

Christian Ethics

Christian Ethics
In this course we will encounter a range of moral perspectives that adherents to the Christian tradition may hold on issues such as human rights, social justice, politics, violence, sex, the environment, and the beginning and end of life. Through readings by contemporary Christian thinkers, we will explore the diversity within this religious tradition, as well as consider the impact that theological moral reasoning has on public discourse in the United States. In the process of studying Christian ethics, students also will develop skills in moral reasoning from the perspective of their own worldviews. 3 hrs lect.
Subject:
Religion
Department:
Religion
Division:
Humanities
Requirements Fulfilled:
AMR NOR PHL

Sections

Fall 2018

RELI0230A-F18 Lecture (Davis)

Spring 2008

RELI0230A-S08 Lecture (Asiedu)